A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Paranoid masterpiece by Dick examines what happens when undercover cops ingest illegal drugs that split their personalities, and are then forced to investigate themselves and all of their friends. This dark novel has many streaks of black humor as Dick uses his characters to peel back all of the sordid layers of the addicted personality. Select an invention:

Cephalochromoscope (Cephscope) - see what's going on in there

Holo-Cube

Holo-Printing

Holo-Scanner

Scramble Suit - instant anonymity

 

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